Fatal Frame Returns As A… Pachinko-Slot Machine

Fatal Frame Returns As A… Pachinko-Slot Machine
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Hoping for a new Fatal Frame? Looks like you’re going to have to wait. In Japan, a new Fatal Frame pachislo (pachinko-slot) machine has been announced.

Developed by Tecmo, the first Fatal Frame debuted on the PS2 in 2001, while the most recent entry, Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water, was released on the Nintendo Wii in 2014.

You can see the debut trailer below, which features a warning for players about “shocking” scenes. It also features some fairly nice-looking cutscenes.

Shame they’re not in a game or a remake, though.

The teaser site does not mention when the machine will be released in pachinko parlors in Japan.


  • *Note: Maiden of Black Water was a Wii U title. I can kinda understand the Wii U erasure since its not that portable.

    Funny thing is that since Fatal Frame is now co-owned by Nintendo, maybe we’ll see Mario pachinko next after his demise.

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